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COPE Crisis Hotline: 1-800-542-2673

Case Management Services

  Comprehensive case management provides multiple services that require referral and coordination among a variety of providers.

Case management services are for:
Specific Services:
  • Case managers assess individual strengths and needs. They help the child/adolescent and family to access resources in the community that address basic needs (medical, social, financial, psychiatric, educational, vocational, or other needed supports).
  • Case managers coordinate services with other providers and agencies, provide advice and assistance, and monitor service delivery.
  • Individuals may receive services in their home, community, schools, clinics, and other locations in the community.
  • Family Assessment Planning Teams (FAPT) provide support and advocacy, as well as Individualized Educational Planning (IEP), with input from the child/adolescent and his/her family.
Referrals and Funding:
The outpatient therapist provides referrals for those receiving outpatient psychological or psychiatric services at the Counseling Centers of the Middle Peninsula-Northern Neck Community Services Board (MPNNCSB.) Those not receiving services from the MPNNCSB may call the Emergency Services staff to arrange for an appointment with a clinician who will assess the individual's need for treatment and case management services. Referrals are then made if deemed appropriate and medically necessary.

Funding options include Medicaid, Comprehensive Services Act (CSA), or private payment, including use of a sliding fee.
Numbers to call:
Gloucester 804.693.5057 or 800.639.9668
Warsaw 804.333.3671 or 800.639.9882

For More Information
Scott Britton, BA, QMHP, Mental Health Care Coordinator (Children and Adolescents)
    129 Bowden Street
    Saluda, VA 23149